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Intelligent Child:Helping Kids with Homework
2011-06-07
Name: Editor Does your child dislike doing his homework? Does your child finish his homework assignments on time? Do you help your child with his homework?

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2013-07-05
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Name: ashima
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my kid really doesn' t like doing home work. He is in class 4 and all the time he is thinking of ways to avoid doing homework. He postpones it and at the end moment either i have to do it for him or i have to force him into doing. This has created a big problem between us. I also sometimes wonder, what is the need for giving so much of homework. Somethings that are done in school are also oft repeated at home. i think it' s useless. i mean think about it when they do their work at school already so what is the need at home.
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2014-02-13
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Name: Vishesh
Subject:  Intelligent Child
unnecessary homework kill joy in learning. That’s where these international school are better, like Orchids.
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2013-07-24
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Name: Payal
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Come up with a reward system for your kids initially to encourage your kid to become more disciplined in doing home work. You can say, lets go out for this weekend, pamper you kid. For few kids, it works.
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2013-07-05
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Name: Aditya Rana
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My kids also hated homework. I had a terrible time in making them sit for homework. Actually kids do not like sitting and studying at home cos they are already spending enough time doing work in school. As a parent, you can assist him and motivate him in doing his homework. Instead of forcing him to do homework, you can fix a study time and during this time, he has to do anything related to studies. A study routine goes a long way in making a study habit. Never do problems or assignments for your child.
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2013-07-05
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Name: Riddhi Dave
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Hi Ashima! I feel homework are a necessity as they help in revising the topics done in school. I am very shocked to hear that you do your kid´ s homework sometimes. this is setting a bad example for your kid. I am really shocked that you are not able to see your mistake and blaming on the homework. If your kid does his homework then he will be able to understand his studies completely and this will help him in his future exams. Homework are just a way of revising. Instead of doing his homework, you should help him or guide him in completing his work on time.If there is too much of homework that the child feels burdened and has no time to play, then you can discuss this with other parents and his teacher.
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